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Table of Contents
- Medications at Transitions and Clinical Handoffs (MATCH) Toolkit for Medication Reconciliation
- Chapter 1. Building the Project Foundation: Gaining Leadership Support Within the Organization
- Chapter 2. Building the Project Foundation: Project Teams and Scope
- Chapter 3. Developing Change: Designing the Medication Reconciliation Process
- Chapter 4. Developing and Pilot Testing Change: Implementing the Medication Reconciliation Process
- Chapter 5. Education and Training
- Chapter 6. Assessment and Process Evaluation
- Chapter 7. High-Risk Situations for Medication Reconciliation
- Appendix: The MATCH Work Plan
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